Taste Orange Returns to Sydney, 21st & 22nd August


The Orange Region of NSW is synonymous with great food and cool climate wine so it’s always a pleasure to head to Martin Place for the annual Taste Orange event which returns to Sydney on Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd August.

The Orange District

The Orange District

This year the event is expanding to a 2 day and night celebration of all things Orange in the heart of the Sydney CBD, Martin Place. Take a trip to Orange in your lunchbreak from 11:30am-2:30pm or if after dark is more your style, head to the Pop Up Wine Bar for a tipple from 5pm-8pm, or perhaps both…

Along with the wine and food tastings there will be cooking demonstrations & live music to keep you entertained.

Taste Orange in full swing

Taste Orange in full swing

22 of the Orange and District region’s finest wineries will be represented including Angullong, Bantry Grove, Belgravia, Borrodell Vineyard, Brangayne, Cargo Road, Charles Sturt University, Cumulus, De Salis, Faisan Estate, Heifer Station, Highland Heritage Estate, Logan, Monument Vineyard, Orange Mountain, Patina, Philip Shaw, Printhie, Ross Hill, Sassy and Stockman’s Ridge plus Small Acres Cyder.

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Author:Jeremy Bowell

Jeremy Bowell is the founder and editor of Taste Explorer. He also writes for InsideCuisine.com, TheGrapeHunter.com, SoBadSoGood.com and has featured in the Sydney Morning Herald's Good Living section. He is an avid connoisseur of all things food and drink related.